The Broncos (2-5) and Jaguars (2-5) both head into the game of Week 8 on London’s Wembley Stadium hoping to end four consecutive games without a win. Denver is likely to have their starting quarterback Russell Wilson back on the field after his absence from the last game. He’ll be hoping to keep improving the team’s chemistry during the passing game, along with the wide receivers Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy, and KJ Hamler. With the Jacksonville pass rush that features 2022’s first overall pick Travon Walker and the 2019 Pro Bowler Josh Allen, Wilson must make quick decisions.
On the other hand, the fans are going to be treated to an exciting matchup between another former first-overall selection on the quarterback side, Trevor Lawrence as the two take on the rising superstar cornerback Pat Surtain II. Surtain was intercepted by Lawrence one year ago, as both were rookies, however, a more skilled Lawrence will likely be a more difficult challenge. Jacksonville’s arsenal of weapons includes runners Travis Etienne and receivers Christian Kirk and Zay Jones — make for extremely talented in addition.
The Broncos eliminated 5 players last Friday, including CB Essang Bassety (hamstring), OLB Baron Browning (hip) and WR Tyrie Cleveland (groin), T Cameron Fleming (knee), and safety Caden Sterns (hip). Sterns was put on injured reserve later Friday. Then on Saturday the safety P.J. Locke was added to the injury report for an injury to his hamstring and classified as in the questionable category.
Jacksonville has ruled out three players because of injuries that were not related to the team the three were: The s Tyree Gillespie and D Adam Gotsis and CB Tevaughn Campbell.
WATCH ON MOBILE/STREAMING
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Play-by-Play: Steve Levy
Analyst: Dan Orlovsky
Analyst: Louis Riddick
Sideline: Laura Rutledge
WATCH ON TV
Within the Denver market, The game is accessible through Denver7 The area’s ABC affiliate.
LOCAL ENGLISH RADIO (KOA – 850 AM/94.1 FM)
Play-by-Play: Dave Logan
Analyst: Rick Lewis
Sideline: Susie Wargin
NATIONAL RADIO (WESTWOOD ONE)
Play-by-Play: J.P. Shadrick
Analyst: Mike Mayock
Following the conclusion of the game, “Broncos Postgame Live” will stream live on DenverBroncos.com as well as the Broncos 365 app and their Twitter, Facebook as well as YouTube Social channels. The show streamed live from the Broncos Media Center studio, includes analysis from players who have played before as well as live press conferences, and individual interviews in the locker room.